Perp entered a bank and passed a note to a teller which read, “I have a gun. Give me 100 and 50-dollar bills or I’ll kill someone.” The teller complied and gave the perp $100 and a dye-bag. The perp was later arrested near the scene.
Victim met an acquaintance to record some music. The acquaintance invited some friends to the location. Three to four perps then came to the apartment where the victim and acquaintance were, and forced the door open, holding a shotgun, a revolver and a stun gun. The perps had the two victims lie on the floor and tied their hands and feet with duct tape. After doing so, they stole $11,950 worth of property and fled the scene. No arrests have been made.
As victim was entering the hallway of a building, perp pushed her in, grabbed her cell phone and punched her in the face. The victim then hit the perp in the face with a bike chain she was holding, and the latter fled in an unknown direction. No arrests have been made.
Perps briefly displayed shields to victim and said, “We are the police. We need to talk to your son.” The victim opened the door and the perps pushed in, one displaying a black semi-automatic. The victim was forced to open a safe and then tied up. No arrests have been made.
Flushing Avenue and Broadway
Four perps approached victim from behind and said, “Come here, bitch.” One perp grabbed the victim’s hand and twisted it back. Another punched her in the mouth with the butt of a gun, causing her tooth to chip. The victim fell to the ground and all the perps began to punch and kick her. At some point, she got up and ran to a subway station with the perps in pursuit. Two of the perps were later arrested.
Perp entered an apartment through a backyard screen door without permission to do so. No property was stolen, and no arrests have been made.
Perps entered a building and spray painted graffiti in the hallway. No arrests have been made.
Perps broke into a commercial building and stole a flashlight, laptop and $200. No arrests have been made.
Perp entered an apartment through a window and stole victim’s computer. No arrests have been made.
Perp broke into an apartment and stole two cell phones from the kitchen table. No arrests have been made.
Throop Avenue and Wallabout Street
Perp broke into a car and stole victim’s GPS. No arrests have been made.
Victim was driving on Bushwick Avenue as three men were trying to cross it. When the victim slowed down to let them pass, one of them approached him and said, “Why you creepin’ up on me like that, like you know me?” The victim and the perp began to argue. At some point, the perp pulled out a gun and shot the victim’s car, fleeing in an unknown direction. No arrests have been made.
Graham Avenue and Siegel Street
Perp hit victim several times with a wooden baseball bat, causing a broken arm and lacerations to the head. No arrests have been made.
Perp walked up to victim and shot him in the lower back. The victim was then taken to Bellevue Hospital. No arrests have been made.
Broadway and Lorimer Street
Three perps approached victim. One snatched her bag off her shoulder and ran towards Broadway. The bag was later recovered, but no arrests have been made.
Marcy Avenue and Wallabout Street
Three perps snatched victim’s cell phone while riding the G train, and then fled on foot. No arrests have been made.
Perp entered a clothing store and stole items totaling $222. No arrests have been made.
Perp entered victim’s vehicle and removed his wallet and his cell phone. No arrests have been made.
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole his laptop. No arrests have been made.
Perp broke into victim’s car and stole a bag and a credit card. The perp was later arrested.
Perp removed an unsecured York HVAC unit from a roof. No arrests have been made.
Harrison Avenue and Gerry Street
Police officer caught perp breaking into a car. Further investigation revealed that the perp had property from a second victim’s car. He was later arrested.
Perp stole two bikes from victim’s closet. No arrests have been made.
Ten Eyck Street
Perp broke into victim’s car, stealing $1566 worth of clothing. No arrests have been made.
McKibbin Street and Graham Avenue
Two perps approached victim. One tried to grab his cell phone, but it fell. The other then picked it up and both fled. The pair was later arrested.
Union Avenue and Metropolitan Avenue
Perp stole a bike chained to a post. No arrests have been made.
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S. 3rd Street
Victim’s friend parked his 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee on S. 3rd Street. When he came back, the vehicle was gone. No arrests have been made.
Broadway and Havemeyer Street
Police officer observed defendant inside a vehicle. Upon further investigation, he discovered that one of the car windows had been smashed and that the defendant had no permission to be there. The defendant was later arrested.
Victim parked her 2005 BMW on Grand Street. When she came back, her car was gone. No arrests have been made.
S. 4th Street
Victim parked his 1996 Honda Civic on S. 4th Street. Upon returning, the car was missing. No arrests have been made.